PBSP works with members and partners to adopt schools for Ready for School Campaign
PBSP's Ready for School (RFS) for SY 2021-2022 adopted 13 public schools nationwide - six from Luzon, four from Visayas, and three from Mindanao.
We thank our member companies PLDT, Inc., Asalus Corporation, Sycip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan, GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation, and Deloitte Philippines (Navarro Amper & Co.) for supporting RFS.
Your donations provided 1,600 reams of bond papers and monthly load allowance to 83 teachers and 158 students.
Ready for School is PBSP's support to DepEd's Basic Education - Learning Continuity Plan (BE-LCP) which aims to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of learners, teachers, and personnel while finding ways for education to continue amidst the crisis.
RFS adopted schools:
Claro M Recto National High School, Manila City
CAA Elementary School, Las Pinas City
Balagbag Elementary School, Rizal
Sto Nino High School, Marikina City
Signal Village Elementary School, Taguig City
RP Cruz Elementary School, Taguig City
Tisa National High School, Cebu City
Bagong Lipunan Elementary School, Cebu City
Catbalogan Agro-Industrial School, Catbalogan City
Pusok Elementary School, Lapu-Lapu City
Butay Elementary School, Davao City
Asbang Elementary School, Davao Del Sur
Pangyan Elementary School, Sarangani
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